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October 3, 2019 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
SUSMAN FAMILY LECTURE
Dr. Nicole Harder - Safety for all: Interprofessional simulation and non-technical competency development.
According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information, in Canada, medical errors contribute in upwards of 23,750 deaths per year, one million added days in hospital, and approximately $750 million in extra health spending. While various strategies and technologies have been implemented to reduce these errors, they have demonstrated inconsistent improvements or even reductions in patient safety. In contrast, simulation-based learning has demonstrated effectiveness in improving safety competencies. In this presentation, Dr. Nicole Harder will discuss the role of interprofessional simulation in patient safety, and argue that a significant shift is needed to ensure that students and healthcare practitioners are afforded the opportunities to engage meaningfully in interprofessional simulation activities that will allow them to grow and develop the skills required for today’s healthcare practitioners.
Faculty Teaching Innovation presentations to follow by:
School of Medicine - Using Wikipedia as a platform for teaching EBM, presented by Dr. Heather Murray
School of Rehabilitation - Innovation in Teaching a Research course to a Large Class with Diverse Backgrounds, presented by Dr. Setareh Ghahari and Dr. Mohammad Auais
School of Nursing -From competence to capability in the clinical setting, presnted by Ms. Jennie McNichols
Dr. Nicole Harder Biography:
Nicole Harder, RN, PhD, CHSE, CCSNE is an Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, and the Mindermar Professor in Human Simulation, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. This interprofessional position includes simulation-based education and research for the Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Medical Rehabilitation, Nursing and Pharmacy. Nicole’s current work is creating, implementing, and studying the use of a psychologically safe debriefing framework following expected and unexpected patient death in simulation and clinical experiences with health care students and practitioners.
Dr. Harder is the Editor-in-Chief for the peer reviewed journal Clinical Simulation in Nursing, and serves on the Board of Directors for the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning, and with the Réseau Simulation Canada Network. She is also an educator for the Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing in the Simulation Nurse Educator certificate program.
Want to hear Dr. Harder speak again? Join us on the following day, October 4th, for her education round entitled, "Using simulation as a pedagogy: Who’s who in the (sim) zoo" in Richardson Lab #104 at 8:00 a.m. Click here to learn more!